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BuddyPress with PageLines Free Template

  • I am in school serving an internship. I have implemented WordPress with BuddyPress and the free PagesLines template.

    Everything looks great with the exception that upon sign-in, all the possible available (BP I think) links appear in the far left of the bottom of the footer. They all scroll off the page.

    I cannot find anywhere to turn this off.

    I installed WordPress, then BuddyPress, then the default template, then Pagelines so I could add the features the client wanted. Can anyone point me in a direction to look and resolve this problem? Thanks in advance.

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    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    === all the possible available (BP I think) links appear in the far left of the bottom of the footer. ===

    I believe you’re referring to the BP Admin Bar. I assume you used the BP Template pack plugin to make your WP theme compatible with BP. You will also need to load the styling for BP admin bar via @import.

    `/*
    Theme Name: Name of your Theme
    … etc
    … etc
    … etc
    */

    /* Load the default admin bar styles */
    @ import url( ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/css/adminbar.css );`

    I discovered I had not added the BP Template pack plugin which I have now done. The admin links in the footer are gone, however, I cannot find the original links to the registration pages.

    Also, I’m not sure where the import you reference above is placed.

    Avatar of Hugo
    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    It’s alright mercime was just having one of those moments :p

    the @ import was automagically converted to an ‘at mention’ link (this forum really needs a proper code display ) I’ve edited the post and added a space between @ i

    If you look at the main style file in bp-default you will see how it imports the various stylesheets required you need to do this but using directory notation to navigate back up the directory tree to find the bp-default file

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    Thank you @hnla

    @magcindy you place the import line in your WP theme’s style.css file.
    The registration page is now by default at http://yoursite.com/register

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